ttomtucker

Port Townsend, WA

Have been collecting antique telephones since 1965, but I like all kinds of antiques and collectables, furniture, lamps, Coca-Cola, military uniforms, advertising.

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Wet Cel Battery Jar - Tools and Hardwarein Tools and Hardware
Telephone Operator 10.5 Pound Breast Plate and Harness - Telephonesin Telephones
American Cheese & Coca-Cola - Coca-Colain Coca-Cola
Organ Stool - Furniturein Furniture
My 1970's Baume & Mercier watch - Wristwatchesin Wristwatches
1944 16" x 27" Coca-Cola Cardboard Sign With Gold Wood Frame - Coca-Colain Coca-Cola
25 Finger Hole Dial Intercom - Telephonesin Telephones
S-W (Sure Winner) Green Trading Stamps - Stampsin Stamps
World War One Soldier - Military and Wartimein Military and Wart…
Morris Minor cars in the Pacific Northwest - Classic Carsin Classic Cars

Comments

  1. Nice refurb job.
  2. Looking at your booth it dates from around 1928 or earlier. I have a photo of a train station in Aurora, IL dated 1928, it shows several of your style booth. The train station was built in 1900, but t...
  3. Do you have a photo of the top door open, this looks like a telephone stand for a candlestick telephone. if you open the top door is there a hole in the back for a line cord to fit through.
  4. I still have my dress blues
  5. Thank you snowman3
  6. It was a part of Western Electric design line product's called "Telstar" executive phone. Manufactured from 1970's (rotary dial) to 1980's (push button dial).
  7. I have one, it's new
  8. Sears discontinued there catalog in 1993.
  9. Nice display
  10. Nice clean up job, looks great
  11. Looks like a switch room test set with that type connector on the end. Who ever made this test set up did a good job. This Automatic Electric dial was first issued in 1918.
  12. Your AE wall phone dates to around 1926, the dial is a type 24. the 3c stamped on the transmitter face plate is to be used for a common battery central office. This phone first appeared around 1918 wi...
  13. more photo's would help
  14. American Picker are looking for you, nice collection.
  15. No battery supply came through the switchboard
  16. SpiritBear, I will post some operators headset over the years
  17. That was a Bell Telephone Company switchboard operators's blake transmitter and long pole receiver breast plate from the 1880's. the harness and gear weight about 10.5 pounds.
  18. Nice bell system sign
  19. Your model 23 J pay phone was manufactured by Gray Telephone Pay station Company of Hartford, CT. This pay phone style was in the 1913 Gray catalog. with the newer type handset on yours it would have...
  20. I don't see this menu board in the 12th edition.
  21. Going by the name tag Western Telephone Mfg Co. the wall phone was manufactured after 1903. The company was founded in 1896 in Chicago, IL as Western Telephone Construction Company in 1903 the name w...
  22. Thank you for your comment jscott0363
  23. another great display case
  24. Great display board
  25. Your Western Electric magneto box was produced from 1908 to the 1920's. it was used with the non-dial candlestick telephones.
  26. Thank you SpiritBear
  27. Thank you antiquerose
  28. Thank you jackart
  29. Thank you for you nice comment Recordmantime
  30. Thank you fopr the love Buckethead
  31. I had a party line in Lomita, CA Ph # DAvanport 6-4859
  32. Have you ever gone to the "Barb Wire Capital of the World" at LaCrosse Kansas. Back in the 1970's, LaCrosse township use to host the Antique Telephone Collectors Association annual meeting and show. I...
  33. Nice looking desk set, I'll keep my eyes open for the dark red and canary yellow
  34. Nice complete Western Electric type 1317 wall phone, mfg. around 1907
  35. It looks like a telephone operator chair
  36. The magneto is The Williams-Abbott Electric, but it's not correct for this phone. The magneto should set on the lower shelf that is missing. Looks like someone tried to convert this phone for modern d...
  37. Your wall phone was manufactured by Holtzer-Cabot Electric Company of Boston, MA around 1908. Model number is 1333. You can remove the two screws on the key hole plate and use a screw driver to unlock...
  38. Your Kellogg candlestick was manufactured around 1912, the patent dates on the back cup was for the transmitter. The original transmitter was replaced with a newer solid type transmitter, the mouthpi...
  39. Thank you Yen
  40. Your Western Electric or Northern Electric 293A was first produced 1908. The North Electric dial was added later on. the hook switch and side plate looks to be from a Kellogg Switchboard & Supply Co. ...
  41. We used to make these anvil's in high school metal shop class during the late 1950's. Back then the courses like wood shop, metal shop, auto shop, drafting were called Industrial Arts.
  42. pw-collector, Ingersoll & Bros. also manufactured telephones in 1894, in was called the "peerless" outfit. I have one in my telephone collection.
  43. I believe your wall phone was manufactured by D.A. Kussell even though the transmitter is a Kellogg, the Kussell transmitter could have been replaced over the years. I look at the over all telephone...
  44. You have a Western Electric #30 peg dialer Manufactured around 1907, the company also made a peg dialer in a wall phone. the 1892 is the patent date for the transmitter.
  45. Real nice work, I have one of this DeVeau's in by collection.
  46. Field made Korean War Presidential Unit Citation, issued from 1951-1954
  47. Looks real nice
  48. 1970's Fantasy item according to Petretti's Coca-Cola price guide 12 edition.
  49. I don't think the seller will take 125.00 less, but will make a offer.
  50. The price tag is $200.00, I passed on the sign.
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